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New Jordans and Russell Westbrook have unveiled the Jordan Why Not Zer0.4, which will be his first signature shoe while playing for the Washington Wizards. Inspired by his roots in Southern California, the shoe was designed with the help of Los Angeles artist Chris Burnett, whose collage-style technique was used to create a mismatched look that incorporates vibrant hues and graphic prints that draw from Westbrook's childhood. Underfoot, the tooling combines dual Zoom Air units in the forefoot and a data-informed decoupled rubber outsole for cushioning and traction.
The Jordan Why Not Zer0.4 is one of four debut colorways of Russell Westbrook's fourth signature shoe. Inspired by Russ' youth in Los Angeles, the Jordan "Why Not?" Zer0.4 "Upbringing" honours the moments, places and teams that helped shape who he became as an athlete and individual. Furthermore, this Jordan Why Not Zer0.4 features print inspired by his high school team in Los Angeles, the Leuzinger Olympians. Next, it comes with leather, mesh, and synthetic materials on the overlays. Finally, a White midsole and a translucent rubber outsole finish the look. Design wise, the Zer0.4 appears to be a bit more stripped down than its predecessors, noticeably lacking the cross-strap that was featured on the Zer0.3. The mix of synthetics and mesh is locked in by strategically placed fabric bands and leather overlays. Zoom cushioning has been retained, along with a decoupled outsole build.
Shop Air Jordan Basketball Shoes, Representing one of four introductory colorways of Russell Westbrook's fourth signature shoe, the Jordan Why Not? Zer0.4 "Upbringing" takes inspiration from the athlete's formative years growing up in Southern California. The scheme appears to be made up of colors from the teams Westbrook has suited up for, including a print inspired by the Leuzinger Olympians, Westbrook's high school team in Los Angeles. The wild upper is offset by a clean white midsole and icy translucent sole. Performance benefits include two stacked Zoom Air units in the forefoot and a de-coupled translucent rubber outsole built with a data-informed traction pattern.

Without a doubt one of the cleanest colourways to drop so far this A/W, this Nike Air Force 1 White Iridescent Pixel will go with everything, whilst giving your outfit a touch of vibrancy. The all-white premium leather upper with matching rubber sole unit underfoot provides the ultimate clean crisp backdrop for the remainder of the design. The blue shimmering pixel swoosh slightly changes color depending on its composition and looks like it's straight out of an 80's arcade game, matching heel and tongue overlays with "Nike Air" branding continue the theme. Completing the design is the black pixeled branding on the insoles.
Nike Air Force 1, Perfect for winter, this frosty design is unbelievably versatile and stays true to the original Air Force 1 that we all know and love. If any shoe can take the title as the ultimate sneaker staple, then the Nike Air Force 1 has a strong claim to that throne. With a strong fan base behind the silhouette, the Nike design team loves to use the classic as a blank canvas to flex their creative muscle and experiment with various concepts.
Buy The Sneaker, In a similar vein to the AF1 "Triple White Pixel" recently announced here, this latest addition to the forever expanding catalog offers another digitalized motif. The Swoosh has been upgraded and shows off a pixelated outline paired with an iridescent overlay. The angular detailing offsets the smoothness of the AF1 silhouette, while luxe leather, breathable perforations and familiar branding ensures this sneak will be a classic addition to your rotation. Iridescent detailing can also be found on the heel, ensuring passers-by notice these icy kicks.

The CT8527-400 Air Jordan 4 "University Blue" is a brand new colorway of Michael Jordan's fourth signature shoe that will be releasing in 2021. With University Blue genuine suede leather upper, this new rendition of the Air Jordan 4 combines premium materials with a classic Jumpman color scheme. This Air Jordan 4 is crafted from a suede upper, giving off luxury vibes, whilst the usual mesh unit and rubber panelling add texture to the Air Jordan. Contrasting to the sky-blue colourway, black J branding adorns both the top of the tongue and heel, so there is no mistaking what sneaker this is.
Air Jordan 4, The latest in a long line of blue-toned Jordan releases, the Air Jordan 4 University Blue is one of the dreamiest iterations of the J4 we've laid eyes on. Dressed in a University Blue, Tech Grey, White, and Black color scheme. The shoe's construction features OG mesh netting on the quarter panel and tongue bottom with recognizable cement splatter on the midsole, heel tabs and wings and is completed by a woven jock tag on the tongue. Featuring a black mesh upper, black leather overlays are added to the sneaker in wave-like formation while a rainbow sneaker material is added to the toes, side paneling, and heels. Displaying an exotic print, a white midsole, black Air unit, and black rubber midsole finish off the design.
Jordan Release 2020, The Air Max 97 is one of Nike's Air Max silhouettes that's always down for a unique design and somehow always looks great while doing it. This rendition although just slated for a Black/Multi-Color design, has a wild side to it that we don't see too often. Helping to elevate this offering are mint embroidered Swoosh insignias on both the medial and lateral midsection, along with a white midsole and black rubber outsole. Highlighting the shoe is the multicolored snakeskin print on the mudguards completed with a White midsole and Black rubber outsole.

Buy The Sneaker, Simply one of a handful of propositions from the $1 billion skate brand scheduled to release throughout 2021, the forthcoming pair boasts a premium three-tone arrangement. "White" leather sets the stage for stark blue contrast throughout the upper, but shimmering gold star motifs on the midfoot panels deliver their own eye-catching makeup. Rather than the original Orange, Red, and Caroline Blue, these Nike SB Dunk Low styles will come dressed in Hyper Blue, Mean Green, Black, and Barkroot Brown. Each pair will feature Gold stars on the side panels with croc skin overlays. Supreme branding will be found on the lacelocks and insoles. Highlighting the shoe is Michael Jordan's signature stamped on the lateral heel atop a translucent outsole revealing Red and Blue stars completed with "Trophy Room" patches sewn into the insoles.
This Nike Air Force 1 features a Black leather upper with canvas used on the side panels. Dressed in a Black, Solar Flare, and White color scheme. Canvas continues on the Tan Swoosh and heels overlays displaying facts and scientific name of the fruit. A White midsole atop a Dark Brown rubber outsole completes the design. Dressed in a Sail, Medium Curry, and Fossil color scheme. This Nike Dunk Low features a full suede constructed upper with Sail uppers, Brown overlays and Fossil-colored Swooshes and heels. A Sail midsole atop a Curry rubber sole completes the design.
Jordan Release 2020, The Nike SB Dunk Low "Green Hemp" released in April 2004 alongside two other colorways, though this pair was the most limited of the three. It features a White leather upper with glittery Red overlays, "Nike Air" tongues, Black Swooshes and ankle collar while the traditional Red stitching on the upper has been replaced with White. Much like the counterparts, this Nike SB Dunk Low features a natural hue covering its woven constructed upper paired with Green accents on the suede Swooshes and heels as well as covering the laces, lining, tongues and rubber outsole. A Tan hue is used on the branded tongues and heels atop a Gum translucent midsole to complete the design.